|Digital Tipping Point: Margaret Aranyosi, Executive Director of KITE, Inc. 004 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this segment, Margaret Aranyosi explains how she uses the flexibility of free open source software. She says that although she is not a programmer, she has actually changed the php form generator code to make it output the exact forms that she wanted. She also gives specific examples of the way that free open source software makes it easier to localize an application for local languages...
Keywords: Aranyosi, Margaret; Margaret Aranyosi; DIY becoming more commonplace; language localization; native language support; KDE; GNOME
|Digital Tipping Point: John William Templeton looks at Free Open Source Software and African American culture and innovation 04 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. Thanks to Thomas King, a writer for Linux.com and LXer, for doing the rough editing for this series of interview segments! This series of 11 interview segments features John William Templeton, a widely published historian, journalist, and business commentator. John is president and executive editor of eAccess Corp...
Keywords: John William Templeton; Templeton, John William; language localization; native language support; Microsoft Windows displacing Free Open Source Software alternatives; Microsoft As A Monopolist; Microsoft anti-trust case; Schools And Open Source; Children And Open Source; Africa
|Digital Tipping Point: Emin Akhundov, Web Administrator in Azerbaijan 01 - Christian Einfeldt|
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. This series of segments features Emin Akhundov, a web administrator for the AzNet.org, which is a joint project of the United Nations Development Program and the Open Society Institute. AzNet.org's mission is to further the development of information networks in Azerbaijan. In this particular segment, The DTP will be many, many films created by the global open source video community about how...
Keywords: Emin Akhundov; Akhundov, Emin; Baku, Azerbaijan; Azerbaijan; Azeri; United Nations Development Program; AzNet.org; Open Society Institute; male, Caucasian, 30, blue sweater, seated, muscular, medium shot; language localization; native language support